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[01/21/14 - 03:02 AM]
Reelz to Broadcast the 22nd Annual Movieguide Awards Saturday, March 1 with Encore Airing Sunday, March 2
Bill Engvall, television personality and Blue Collar Comedy star will host the show.

[via press release from ReelzChannel]

REELZ TO BROADCAST THE 22ND ANNUAL MOVIEGUIDE AWARDS SATURDAY, MARCH 1 WITH ENCORE AIRING SUNDAY, MARCH 2

Bill Engvall to Host and Scheduled to Present Include: Roma Downey, Mark Burnett, Andy Garcia, James Denton, Cory Oliver, Ali Landry, Kevin Sorbo, Holly Robinson & Rodney Peete, John Ratzenberger, Susan Ward, Jacob Latimore, AJ Michalka, Corbin Bernsen, Richie Sambora and more

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Tuesday, January 21, 2014 - The 22nd Annual Movieguide Awards will air on Reelz on Saturday, March 1, 2014 at 2pm ET/ 11am PT, with an additional broadcast on Oscar Day, Sunday, March 2 at 2pm ET/ 11am PT. The ceremony is scheduled to take place on February 7 from the Universal Hilton at Universal City (Los Angeles). Bill Engvall, television personality and Blue Collar Comedy star will host the show. Confirmed presenters include Roma Downey, Mark Burnett, Andy Garcia, James Denton, Cory Oliver, Ali Landry, Kevin Sorbo, Holly Robinson & Rodney Peete, John Ratzenberger, Susan Ward, Jacob Latimore, AJ Michalka and Corbin Bernsen. Richie Sambora and AJ Michalka from Grace Unplugged will perform. Other presenters and performers will be announced at a later date.

The Movieguide Awards has grown steadily in stature and popularity over its 22-year history and due to faith-based movies and television programming having a banner year, this year's Awards Gala is shaping up to be the biggest ever!

The Bible is up for both a TV Grace Award and the coveted TV Epiphany Prize. Roma Downey and Mark Burnett will be in attendance and they will also be presenters. Also, Duck Dynasty has been nominated for the TV Faith & Freedom Award and the TV Family Friess Free Enterprise Prize along with Tim Allen's Last Man Standing.

Movie Grace Awards Nominees include Sandra Bullock (Gravity), Harrison Ford (42), AJ Michalka and James Denton (Grace Unplugged), Henry Cavill and Russell Crowe (Man Of Steel) and Forest Whittaker (Black Nativity). Television Grace Award Nominees include Roma Downey, Diogo Morgado, Tim Allen, and Willie Robertson.

Bill Engvall, television personality and Blue Collar Comedy star will host.

The Show is presented by Dr. Ted Baehr, CEO of Good News Communications, Inc. in association with The John Templeton Foundation. The Broadcast License deal with Reelz was negotiated by Lee Horvitz at CAA and Producer Larry A. Thompson of Larry A. Thompson Organization.

Full List of Nominees Posted Alphabetically:

· BEST FAMILY FILMS
· Black Nativity
· Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2
· The Croods
· Despicable Me 2
· Frozen (2013)
· Grace Unplugged
· Linsanity
· Monsters University
· Oz, The Great and Powerful
· Turbo

· BEST MATURE AUDIENCE FILMS
· 42
· Captain Phillips
· Gravity
· The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
· The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
· Iron Man 3
· Man of Steel
· Thor: The Dark World
· The Tower

· EPIPHANY PRIZE MOVIES
· 42
· Black Nativity
· Grace Unplugged
· Man of Steel
· The Tower

· EPIPHANY PRIZE TELEVISION
· The Bible
· Blue Bloods: Bad Blood
· The Cross
· Duck Dynasty: Till Duck Do Us Part
· Last Man Standing: Back to School

· FAITH & FREEDOM AWARD MOVIES
· 42
· The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
· The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
· Iron Man 3
· Man of Steel
· Turbo

· FAITH & FREEDOM AWARD TELEVISION
· Blue Bloods: Bad Blood
· Christmas in Conway
· Duck Dynasty: Till Duck Do Us Part
· Last Man Standing: Back to School
· Remember Sunday
· Secret Millionaire: George & Kym Rapier: Oakridge, Oregon

· FREE ENTERPRISE AWARD MOVIES
· The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
· Monsters University
· Turbo

· FREE ENTERPRISE AWARD TELEVISION
· Christmas in Conway
· Last Man Standing: Back to School
· Remember Sunday
· Secret Millionaire: George & Kym Rapier: Oakridge, Oregon
· Shark Tank: Episode 4.20

· GRACE AWARD MOVIES
· 42 - Harrison Ford
· Black Nativity Forest Whittaker
· Grace Unplugged AJ Michalka James Denton
· Gravity Sandra Bullock
· Man of Steel Henry Cavill Russell Crowe

· GRACE AWARD TELEVISION
· The Bible Roma Downey Diogo Morgado
· Last Man Standing; Back to School Tim Allen Willie Robertson
· The Cross Billy Graham Blue Bloods: Bad Blood Len Cariou

About ReelzChannel-Hollywood Happens Here(TM)

Reelz is a leading independent cable and satellite general entertainment network, connecting its viewers across America with the magic, wonder and excitement of Hollywood wherever it happens. The network is home to cutting edge reality, ambitious television events, miniseries, movies and series featuring big stories and big stars. Programming ranges from the critically-acclaimed and award-winning The Kennedys to Steven Seagal: Lawman to Beverly Hills Pawn, OK TV!, Hollywood Scandals and much more that connects directly to the world of entertainment. Along with top movie and entertainment experts Leonard Maltin and Richard Roeper, the characters and stars of Reelz provide specific on-air recommendations for movies viewers can watch at home.

Reelz reaches 67 million homes on DIRECTV channel 238, Dish Network channel 299, Verizon FiOS TV channel 233, AT&T U-verse channels 799/1799HD and cable systems nationwide. Find ReelzChannel in your area by entering your zip code at www.Reelz.com/watch. Owned by Hubbard Media Group, Reelz is headquartered in Albuquerque, NM with national ad sales based out of New York City with offices in Boston, Chicago and Los Angeles and an entertainment bureau in Los Angeles.

About MovieGuide(R) www.movieguideawards.com

MOVIEGUIDE(R) was founded in 1985 by Dr. Ted Baehr, past president of the Episcopal Radio & Television Foundation and former director of the Television Center at the City University of New York. A graduate of high distinction in Comparative Literature from Dartmouth College, Dr. Baehr received his Juris Doctor from New York University School of Law, where he served as the editor of the NYU Law School Newspaper.

MOVIEGUIDE(R) is affiliated with the Christian Film & Television Commission(R) ministry (CFTVC), also founded by Dr. Baehr, which is a non-profit ministry of Good News Communications, Inc. Both MOVIEGUIDE(R) and CFTVC are dedicated to redeeming the values of the entertainment industry, according to biblical principles, by influencing industry executives and artists and by informing and educating the public about the influence of the entertainment media and about how to train their families to become media-wise, so they can choose the good and reject the bad.

About Larry A. Thompson Organization www.LarryThompsonOrg.com

Larry A. Thompson, acclaimed Hollywood film producer, personal manager, lawyer, book packager, author, Broadway Producer, and motivational speaker, is founder and President of the Larry A. Thompson Organization, a next-generation, Los Angeles based Talent Management, Motion Picture, Television, and New Media Production Studio.

Thompson has managed the careers of over 200 Stars and produced 20 Movies for Television, 5 Motion Pictures, 2 Television Series, 9 Television Specials, and various Series Pilots. His movies made for television include the controversial Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton telepic, Liz & Dick, starring Lindsay Lohan and Grant Bowler, the highly acclaimed Lifetime Movie, "Amish Grace," the ABC World Premiere And The Beat Goes On: The Sonny and Cher Story, CBS's Lucy and Desi: Before The Laughter, and The Woman He Loved (The historical Royal romance of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor).

Thompson was honored on September 19, 2013, by the Talent Managers Association with the prestigious Heller Award for Lifetime Achievement in Talent Management. This entertainment industry award, named after legendary talent manager Seymour Heller, is given to distinguished individuals for excellence in talent management. It is the highest honor a talent manager can receive for representing talent. Also, Thompson was voted "Showman Of The Year" in 1998 by the U.S. Television Fan Association. He has received the Industry's prestigious Vision Award and his productions have won 2 Accolade Awards, 2 Imagen Awards, The Epiphany Prize, The Wilbur Award, The Christopher Award, and have received Nominations for 10 Emmys, 6 Imagen Awards, 2 Prism Awards, the Humanitas Prize, and a Golden Globe. He serves on the Advisory Boards of The Delta Blues Museum, Paulist Productions, and Good News Communications. He is perennially listed in Who's Who In America and Who's Who In The World.





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